Welcome back to all our pupils. We hope you had a lovely Christmas . We are all settled back to school here in Scoil Mhuire and getting ready for a busy term ahead .The Robotics Team is already putting the finishing touches to their project for this years competition while our Debating Team is preparing some strong arguments for their upcoming Concern Debating Competition. 2019 is off to a flying start !
Scoil Mhuire pupils put on a thoroughly enjoyable Christmas Show once again this year. On Wednesday, the 19th of December the whole school came together in the Church of St Mary and St John to perform “Bethlehem the muscial” . Based on a script written by the pupils themselves, there were news reports from Pascal Sheehy and weather updates from Theresa Mannion intertwined in the story of the Nativity . It was a wonderful mix of the old and new coming together to create a wonderful show. Well done to all the teachers and pupils for all their hard work.
Scoil Mhuire is now closed for the Christmas Holidays. The School will re-open on the 7th of January at 9 am. We would like to take this opportunity to wish you all a very Happy Christmas.
Last Thursday 6th of December marked the beginning of Christmas Celebrations in Scoil Mhuire with another wonderful Christmas Fair held in the school . This is organised every year by our wonderful Parents and Friends Association(P.F.A) and is always full of festive cheer. From Caroling to Cake Baking, Face painting to A Chill Out Room and Festive Crafts and Raffle Tickets for sale, Scoil Mhuire Christmas Fair had it all. There was even a visit from Santa Claus himself. This is a great source of fundraising for the School and we would like to take this opportunity to thank all those involved for their hard work in organising the event and for all those who came to support.
On the 28th of November a very special ceremony took place in the halla in Scoil Mhuire to honour all the pupils who had full attendance for the school year 2017-2018. 26 pupils received invitations along with their families to attend the event which was organised by our Deputy Principal Clar Ní Bhriain.
Last Wednesday, the 21st of November, Scoil Mhuire celebrated its annual “Open Night” by opening its doors to the public to showcase all the amazing talents of our wonderful school and its pupils. What a busy night it was with parents and pupils both new and old thronging through the doors. Here they were greeted by our First class pupils singing a medley of songs they learn in school.Perspective parents were then brought to see the infant classrooms and meet the teachers by our amazing 6th class Tour guides. There was an opportunity along the way to take a Brain Break with our active First class pupils or even have a tea or coffee with our lovely P.F.A association in the Library. If all that wasn’t enough the melodious tones of our school “Banna Ceoil” brought you up the corridor to the school Halla where you were also treated to a performance from our 6th class Feis Mathew Winners .STEM education has a very important place in Scoil Mhuire and pupils from 4th ,5th and 6th class showcased this magnificently with Computer Coding demonstrations and you even got a chance to meet your new school Robotics Team for 2018 . Across the corridor the After-school Science club was drawing quite a crowd and for those who had some energy left to spare there was Zuma and Gymnastics displays too. It really was a night to remember for everyone involved.
Scoil Mhuire was thrilled to welcome past pupil Leah Weste, Cork Intermediate Camogie Player along with Hannah O’ Leary and Orla Keating ,Cork Minor Camogie Players to show us not one, not two but three All-Ireland Final Winning Camogie Trophies for Cork at Senior, Intermediate and Minor levels. Leah herself also won an award for being picked as member of the Intermediate All-Star team for 2018. It was a lovely opportunity to show all our girls in Scoil Mhuire where hard work and perseverance can get you in sports Leah began her days playing with Scoil Mhuire in the Sciath na Scol competitions as a 5th and 6th class pupil.
Welcome back to all our pupils. We hope everyone had a lovely mid -term and a good rest. Scoil Mhuire is going to be a hive of activity between now and Christmas from dancing to swimming, debating competitions to science quizzes , robotics, coderdojo not to mention our wonderful P.F.A Christmas Fair and School Christmas concert. Stay tuned for updates !
Scoil Mhuire is now closed for Mid-Term Break . We would like to wish all our parents and pupils a very happy and safe Halloween. We had lots of fun for P.F.A Halloween Dress up day, not to mention Pumpkin racing and Snap apple . Check out our photos below for some costume inspiration! Oiche Shamhna Shona Daoibh go léir .
The 22nd of October 2018 wasn’t the usual Monday morning at school for Scoil Mhuire 6th class girls who ventured to the Strand Hotel in Limerick for the ‘Late Late’ Toy Show auditions. The girls were honoured to be the one of only 3 groups to feature for the press call on the launch of the Toy Show auditions. The eye-catching element of their piece was their ode to 100 year’s anniversary of women’s rights to vote (1918 – 2018). Ryan Tubrity was so impressed that he even joined in on their performance!The girls spoke so eloquently to the various news reporters including RTE’s Úna O’ Hagan as well as reporters from radio stations such as Live 95 FM. The cherry on the cake was featuring on RTE 1 news where they danced and sang a medley from Mary Poppins musical and films (one coming to cinema’s soon). Following the Press Call, the girls remained poised and focused as they faced the RTE judges who couldn’t help singing and clapping along. This boosted the girls’ confidence who gave the performance of a life-time. Previously, the students, under the direction of their Sixth class teacher and choreographer Muireann Ní Chochláin, had won first prize in the Action Song competition at Feis Maitiú. At the auditions the students gave it everything and brought great joy and excitement to us all Scoil Mhuire. Today was living proof of the Scoil Mhuire motto – ‘Mol an Óige agus Tiocfaidh Sí’ (Praise the Young and They Will Flourish.